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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 September 1863

r ' 4 o v.. PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF FBINTERS. OFFICR ON TRINTEISS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAD ERICS STREETS. , vol, II. NASHVILLE, TFN rFSSEE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1863 NO 1S3 V j (H (I '200,000 Worth cf O red Heal lift i to i F03, fc ALF, tf , a. (. I'lunltTH' Hank -t' Teim"ei?, ITnioti Dunk of Tenneftsoo, Shito liunk of TcnniMM', Alli1 .umber Oovd Tenneas lWtiilt Money t par! ihiiKPAli D-TATJ!, wmprlaee aom of the 11.0H .bserebl, sties I" "d u' c"f of i"l,vl,l" hx two and will couKuu to Leone of the Utjllc-st, belililt moat tin A big, mid money mak In tiii" In h I'l'lou ' '' II. O. IrCciVKL. inn s-torner uf I'aik and (a id A rood, nearly .,,,! u Cai-ltol, torlh of Cedar itrwt. jj-Fee herewith a srnenuic, in pari, oi c.'"i rs- lb. For bale, lftl r. III" DIV Sliuaieu wn "nr. I it'lM U woi eiroer of H m street, coo taiiilnx four ro mil, t .irt.ii. atabi. to thirty live tu t iront, one huu- 'M U forty foet deep, to an alley. f . flint Valuable) Iluainerts Lot, OS h North ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 September 1863

D(nsjbillf Warn. for Freodoa and ITUioPA'xtf. N, f. flKI'l't'Ki . THURSDAY, SKPTEMBEIl 21, 1803. The light atiiiorront. 'Th intelligence from the grpt battle which hl been nd probably is iilill faging beyond Chattanooga, baa bocn . quite meagre aince the 20(h. The en gagemcnt wai renewed early ycaloiilay morning, we are informed, but up to tbo preient hour, we have no information rep pecting itaextont, duration, cr aevfrity Intbebattlo of the previous clay, Mc Cook'a forcea are reported to Lavu b;c aeTcrcly used. ' Neither railroad nor telgraphio communicaliou h been yet interrupted, between this and Chat I nooga tip to thia time. Lntrt. We learn positively, that there was no fighting yesterday morning, except aome brisk akirmishing, at one or two points. The fight waa reopened after 3 o'clock, Y. M , our furies being on the defensive, and in excellent position. Foil confidence waa felt that they would .be able to maintain their position, un til reinforcements should arrive. The fac...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 September 1863

Tim tiaindm I.-misf il lid not r rivoon limclt hiil, owin;? ti an at tdnpt U l-'ini tin- briil t Nolin, I wctve milrg thil M'!"'f Kiizabcil.town. IMiol'izrnplil" Ono of Ue most difficult tasks wbich a photograpbrr Us to p-rform, is to get a accurate picture of child which ii not sensible of the importance of keeping iti fce, Land, fcl J bo'l7 in trim while lilting for likeness. A sudden jerk or twitch oHcn spoils nicely r rttid pasture, sud the picture is spoil ed. Our friend Mr. Gicrs is very sue cts.ful, however, in taking- pictures of cLildren. We hare seen specimens of bit work, which are wonderfully life like nd faithful. We ire confident that be will give abundant satisfaction to all dotting; parenl", wbo have tho "hand somest children in tbe world," and who dniro to preserve their gunny faces within the leaves of a photographic al bum. To all such we say, Oo to Mr. Gieis' Ualleiy. tie is an artist and a very worthy gentliman. Tueatuk. The performances at the tbeatre begin to-...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 24 September 1863

Vil .. Freedom and Nationality. rTffiKKTKK, t.a itor. A1..-1 Tb Mmrbl July. liebw Will b found a chronoloGlca' m.ntnf thti ancceM cliieed by thi Union forcei dining the month of July.. Tbia doei not include, minor akirmiiibe'. ia which oar troop were aacorBtfal ; nrit her dot! it includa tba captarpa b our blockading sqti.dron : Julr 3 Meaded vlo'ory ovr Les l Gettysburg, with r.bel loss in killed and wounded and prisoner! of 35,0()0 July 4 Captor of Vickgburg by Grant, witb 31,000 prisoner, and ovci ZOO bevr ItnDi. July 4 Ueneral Prentifs figbls the rebelit HrUn, Arkanasg, and defeat, them with a lo.iof 2,700 in killed woanded and prisoners. Jnly 4 Roaerrans compU BrRg to evacuate Tullaboma. updoi mi in me eri of eneagemr-nt over 4,000. "July G (ieu. Duford whips H aart and cpture 867 prisoners aud two (tin, July 8 Bank upturn Po-t JJudaon, with 6,(KX) pritonerr. July 8 Oen. rii-nton defeats, the rebol cavalry, near Fjukst ivrn, captur ing COO priionera. July & Buford and Kilpa...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 September 1863

Wt . . ,! , ...... . PUBLISHED BY AU ASSOCIATION OF PEINTER8. -OFFICE ON PRINTERS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEBICT STREETS. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. -FRIDAY. SEITEMBER 25, 1MB NO 134 VOL II. I 200,000 Worth ro& SALE, il it 1 V i i , if Foil Planter' IJjmk of Teiinowr. Union Hank of Tcimesiu'fV Shito Hank of Teiincxseo. And nil othrr Hood Tciine... tank slunej al I i ' n.i. RfcAl. KSTATF, comprise some of Hn must aMinlito ltf. lunJ Hi out Uio city of fcashwlle, l,l. h ha been and will roiil'nu to heoti of the llrf,ll,st, healthiest m.ait lirl'ii,tiJ moiii nmk rit.es In lb 1'nloq F"r kulo b' 8 II a. mm F.I.. o,,u may of Park unit Cut it I Aven'ie, i.fr1y ........ii tlm Ci Itol, orili of Cedar tteet. ?M herewith it icliodtile, In pi, f- l.lf. (' For Siilc, . nuicK HOUSE aitHKl4 on tho Franklin riWo, A emir of H tiot, Culilu mug four ro in. litrlien alibi, etc Ihiny flu. Itx i trout, one bun ,ll md fort) leeldoep, loauali. a WXlVn That Valuable Uuaines. JaOt, OS the Norlh side or lb ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 September 1863

iMMjiilTiNilltiilTl i ; i ir ; S : s i i i ! (W It'll WV 4 ror a, Mrtcmcuja W bow roi.oclfulJ Is ear dialia. .j TU ceremony of ralrlD lb flaC i THKATHE. ooa. a7. r.,r . , , T nJ """7117 inp rrr.:::: sire : i a g sanford co LllLps. mpnt niJ assure tiim thai if lie wi'l eis- I ... j , , L , ,IA " ''"' '" f ain-h' . K (. Bl B.T, IX, VJ . Uillll VJ I U U. UU., T SMaaawsaaaaaaaaissjsaaanaaaaBaaiaaaaaaasaaaaassaaasjaaaa Armi" KngnfdM.H B,W. J ijhl rf h.H..r-T'r. iwni, nu s.i.re nun, mat II ne wi.i tis WMWltDe.id br a largo nnnibt-r of Snir. Arhsl. Fot Freedom ani Kticae.liiy. . H. 1HEIICI U. t4Upr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1803. : Correpndeoce. We hre receired tererkl letters from different point! along the front, wLicb ht.ee been delayed ao long that they would poaaeaa but little interest at the present season of excitement. Bereral of these letters, in other circumstances, we would bare been glad to publish. Our Wounded. Some of our wounded have arrived from the front. They will receive, w...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 September 1863

i 11 i 0,ir adffrlising pi'nirts have driren ,1 (o cbse q'larters. We havp, thm firc, cry littlo room for ilium. "Ohio" sends ut suras inUreaMt'g die uiliof the uts Mjody battle. The lot ttr bil been delajod on tbo way. It should hare appcired in jralorday's (ippr. Col. Wilder, wbo had command of a brigade of cavalry, in tbc recent two days' battle in Georgia, aud who dis tinguished himself by impetuous courage and daring, arrived in this city ytslerdsy morning. He is in' bad besllh snd Ukea a rcspils t recover, by order of Ocn. Kosocraua. We re very Lappy to learn that be does not consider tbo gallant Aruiy of die Cnrubcrland and ila nobl chief it uy danger. They are strongly fortified in Chattanooga, and bave II3 days' supplies. Tbo wagon train it on the North aido of the Tennessee river, wlure Oen. Mitchell haa a heavy cavalry fort e to guard it and the fords, so as to prevent the enemy from crossing the river. It is .1 . f r, r- ! ti ! ii n t rt 1 1, n k . . n t V . 1 1 1. . IHe...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 25 September 1863

Freedom and Nationality. ..cnEBCEB.MItor. rECIAt. OflDEB NO. . n.ri vnr or thb CuMur.ni.Am, July l($,Tb commissioni-d tlllocrs of the Army o' lhe Cumberland sre requested to call t i-fo. 25, Cedar strnet, oppnsltf th Commercial IIoUl, Nashville, Ten nessee, t the earliest conn nWnce. For farther particulars, enquire at the galle ry above-named. The Gallery of the Cumberland is now opened opposite the Commercial Hot!. Tun proprietor, of the abote establish ment would respectfully inform the cit sens of Nashville that they are prepared to famish photographs superior to any heretofore made in this city. Having fitted no onr capacious Gallery, far su- Dorior to anr in the Southern States, and also procured at great expense tbo test practical Tbotogrphers inai we cnuio. orocure in New York, Cincinnati and Chicago, which compose one of the most talented and largest corps 01 rnotograpn Mrs in the Department of the Cumber land. We are prepaied to execute all kinds of work desired, with desp...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1863

mm .iaiaaa. I ,r 3. .e Of fc I o 3.. PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DKADERICK 8TBEETS. VOL II. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1803 I" ""UK X ,MH' ' If bill fit! I A 0 oda lNT. N ES. lONAUt ettl.ui a at to i iwi mik euUnn to iiy tiuiiB- ipartnteui iravcl. I Accl cturrs, i Hld 1, fflar. AIM enentnallf oured la it a IB inlet rlvaty letter, dt but 111 ell be DIM- ornln. D Train, f, he death n tli litu will pbaa. jee haTluf UUH, a) Luoue. 0. , 1. ) mrnlaeia A Lu. ur, jllolt Well- adlae, ier- . LUCL'H. ILL, JIAW, Id. ACTIOS. IN lt llMli M. mlo null ! 1 iiuki Muu, Slit , H revel, At luLUut u4 llh Ml '" lubject. rD Clirtir Uo.'e Hut.. ,r nlfht, on i j.i.l I. laAlM, .) rkUVrkUl'. UT U ugS'e, rv .ud K I H lk,AlV. 1 liSSKU, et, I'Bl.H' THtT ijr it mui. ?ICE. cri.Jt'Asr-. l e. lu Ulrili elie.'. ., doiriun t co in titnl uiaudui e'B .p.riiy. A; ie lk.mil. ;,..u Ihey ' . I.VM, ul l,.-0 u. i ' i l Willi"' Ip.lt, V cU I ' in K, ! ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1863

For Fredom s.nd tfationiU?. - 9. :. Tmucrii. tMfw. SATURDAY ilORNHSO SWT. 20, 18C.1, A Hard The Tennessee soldiors in the rebel army bats peculiar! hard lot lo en dure. The soldiers of other rebel Stales litre a local GoTernnient to sssist the Confederate QoTeromeut ia making tome ort of provision for thcuiPolTes and their fatniliei, but tho Tennessee rebel soldiers hav. no Stale Government to look after and provide for their wants. They are orphans, friendless, unprotected, shiver ing and starting, ragged and penniless ; the famishing and homeless drudges of the Eichmund Government. Although secessionists, who hope and expect to see a Southern Confederacy established, do not believe that Tennessee will ever be a member of it, nevertheless Tennesseans are forced to fight for the establishment of a Government under which they will never live, unless they leave the borders of Tennessee. The Tennessesns in the rebel army are thus placed on a level with the soldiers of some of the petty...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1863

SSI 1 1! I'll j LG.iiopinns&co.is Wholesale Column ! New Goods ! New Goods ! BY TELEGRAPH. WHOLESALE ONLY. bo6ks;stationrry, The Louisville pp it r ycst-rd contain dispatch from Cincinnati, gi. jng the opinion! of Mr. Shiik, cnr. -pondonlof Ibe Mocied pre, rlatic I) (he remit or the recent battle- in Georgia. J'.cgardinB hit cpinions ta worthless as Lis ansurocd facta, we can nut consent tj give thrra a place in the Uniok. Wo hope tie associated press will imbntitnto for him a report it who ran be relied upon. On TlitirHJaj nijhl last, Mia. Jack lun'i bo.rdiiiR ho"e n N'""""'"- ree, few doors north of Cedar, was -ntcred hy tliievea, who mado the circuit of tho entibliihment, md imprcat-ed everything if value they conld find, lu the bed rooms, they r licvrd the pockets or the uiitonacious eUepr tf tnci:ey, walcLts, . The robbing was done sometime between 2 o'clock and d iylight. Amongst ll,e victims was a typo employed in this ctllce, whose watch ia to-day "ticking" in some raica...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 26 September 1863

ftMt.HftW'.v' n...W.F..WW.- '"- - - 1 UteltvMc nfow. Freedom and Hationality. IIaaanartera;iutmaaioBeriorUi Orcanlatlonof t'.. Colored Trt-opa, Ptaahvlllr, Tenn. Colored men in the Department of the Cumberland will be enlisted into the icr vice of the United Slatea at ioldicre, on the following term! : let All freemen who will. volunteer. . 2d. All elT6 of rebel or disloyal ranters who will volunteer to enliit. will be free at the expiration of their term of vrrir. rSi. All ilavea of loyal ciliicna with the content of tbeir owners will be rt celved into the aervice of the United Statee; auch alavel will be free on the expiration of their term of service. 4th. Loyal masters will receive a cer tificate of the enlistment of their slaves which will entitle them to payment of a sum not exceeding the bounty, now pro vided by law for the enlistment of white recruits. 6th. Colired soldiers will receive clothing, rations, and $10 per month pay. $3 per month will be deducted for clothing. Rec...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1863

ST5 i 14? I von o .a-.au. PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP FJIINTER8. OFKICK ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADER! CK STREETS. VOT II. NASHVILLE. n-;S5EE. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1P3 NO ISC ftht rjj (ll fl fLitwr in 11 feiSA " if 1 1 in v a rrrrrr "3-aj ;n n 4-m a aim V MPUUU saoo.ooo . Vcrth cf Otocl Heal Eytato FOP. ALE, Itr )i. o. :..Vi i , liintciV Innk of TonnchHco, Union Iiank (i Tonncspcc, State J'ank of ToiiiicsHcii, Jill other Good Tenue-eii Bai.k Money at par! iliRFAl. ESTATE, cornprlece some of Hie niot r.l'le llles 1 and etollt fl,y of laahvi.le, .Ah haa U an ' l 1-eoi ! Hi It ,.t, healthlrat most ihriv iig, ana nionr) maa II fit ! In the I'nli'ti Knr sale b. II II 0. SCOVK'.. 1, rr-a-Corner at Tark unit (V,'lt d Avenue, no.ily , th Cai'tol, ' orth of .dar ulrwt. i w fee herewith rcheilole, In pa't, of K..iil-Ki. For Sale, f i BI'.IfK noi'SK tltnated on the , ranhlln rlke. fonicr of IS sa atreei, conre'nintr tour ro wis, rlifii, staOle, ric tiuri) -nve i'i uom, wu Di...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1863

Dfasjjbillf Elmon. For freedom W.J NfttiomUi.;. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT 27, WX Tba Ntrthwemern K-tllron-1. C reference to cur dvcr1ir-iug col umn! it will be teen that one lliou-iand laborer! re wanted immediktely on this itnporUnt toad. We aiyiio lile-bodied negroei Trj where te give their rebel lioui masteri leg-bail, and take position on the line forthwith, wiilt pde and pick in band. Tbli road it of the fin t importance in a military point of view. Had it been completed two weeka igi matter! in front would be in a far b 1 'er condition to-day as the aruij of the Mitiiaiippl could easil have bren thrown lrom Mttnphia to CliatUrmrga The proper place for every able-bodied male negro, bond or free, in this State, is on tale road, or in the ranki. Loyal maatert will receive for their elavce the urn of three hundred dollar, which is far more than they will bo able to get one wear from thia date. Thi kind of property ia faat depreciating every where, and the very beet advice "we can give ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1863

lieil.y. yn w vtt8? it t I'tlbllc (rUlr a. We are requested lo etate that (here will be a meeting of the colored pt-ople of this place t Cpera' Cliipcl, on Monday evening at 1 o'clock, far the orcd loldicrs In the Federal acrvice. A number of apee ches will bo made. There will be aervicea in Ibe baeemont of the 1st Presbyterian churoh thia morn ing by the Kov. Mr. Bain, commencing at 10;a' o'clock. The Sabbath gchool commence at 8J o'clock. Teacberi will bo provided for til the children that may attend. James E. Murdoch, ihe tragedian, part ed through Nashvills Several daj B(r,f, I on bis way to tha front, for Ibe body tf Lin ion, Cap. Mukdock, who was killed in the battle of Chick amatiga. Capt. Murdock was altiched to the staff if Gen. Van ( lne. The attention of merchant and oili yena who may wish to make pnrchar.es in Cincinnati, is direo'ed to tho advertise ment of L. 0. Hopkins & Co On a re cent visit to that city we looked into th'ir establishment, and found it ore of the...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 27 September 1863

I' 1 I ; ' ' r, e . ft t I f I' M' jj. i. . t 1 i "!-: j ill I 7 ' .it; FrefldonT ind Hationality- H. C. WritCEKf Kdltor. A IMciara umiwr jiidlrul nrciviona. A member of lb. bur Lm .ur.iieb.Ml Uie rhildo!phi J'reM with the following xtrncU from' rinu deruiona of th Sonlhein bench, in regard to the rights ol lire nd ilve-owncr. Kad them and iy whether that mm l8 not jmi reaior to bluh who would prolong thi ezi tenc of a iy-tcrn that trampl- on the plainest principle of natural jantiro : ) TUB SLAVB A NOBIDT. The alate in the Ronth it regarded ao nobodv. he hai no leeal existence; law passed fo the protection ot other ri not embrace him unlets w n ipftn ij named; "of the rights of personal secu rity, personal liberty, and private prop ertr. be is deprived, and the ! i b I ; pre oullis," (George ts. The State, 37 Miss. llep., JLi ) The master is necessarily a derpot "The slare to remain a slave, must Ix made sensible that there is no auprsl from bis master," (State vs. I).id, 4 Jones, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 September 1863

KM , vt Mtrsr PUBLISHED BY AH ASSOCIATION OF FRI2TTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK 8TREET3. VOL II. IUSI1VTLLE TENNESSEE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1863. NO 157 8200,000 Worth of Gcocl lieal Estate FOR t ALE, II ( "( V I . Hunters JJank f Tennessee. I'nioti Hank of Tennice, State Hank of Tenw-'st-e, ;, ,! ai; other Uood Tenne.ae flank Von", at par' IhnRFAlj EHTATR, comprtaea m.nm of the mo'l ,,(ir,l,! In and al o ut the city' of HclivHii, ,1,1 h hai been aud will continue beer," cf the iii.lir.1, healllile.t nm't tttriiir.g .and mom y mak ,i i rUirf In tho Viiion For .ale ,i II. (I. sMVKU n : , r -Corner of Park nud ("ici Hot Avccie, u rljr (l,il t'i Ceclt' 1. 1 crlh of Cdor etreit. - ?. herewith a ii hednle. In (art, M !el K. LI" I Koi Sale. 1IKK K llnt'SK eltunteil on the liankhu 1 Iko, (..iiicrof B m .treet, coutn'i,!i.g f.iur ro in., It hen, ideble, KO thirty live In I rent, one huu ilrt'il -nid fur I feet ili, lu nil alley, II. 0 Kl''Yrl.. That Valuable...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 September 1863

Por Freedom and National! tj. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1803. Ilor to Dciiror an Arlaiocrarr. No cl.ii, caate, or order of men were ?er reasoned Into a volunUry relinquish montot their exclusife privileges, so long as those prifllf get wcra profiUble. No aristocracj eyef yielded op iU peculiar power and emoluments, or even abated the smallest portion of ill pretention, however unjust and oppressive, whilst Ihers remained the faintest hope of th?ir retention. Human nature ia as eager to retain as to acquire, and neither misers nil tnonarchs ever give up their gold, or their crowns, under the influence of moral suasion, or the most convincing logic of Statesmanship. We indeed read of one dospot, Sjlla, the Itamati dictator, who after his 1e Hew . . ' r proatrai Aala, ' and he had taVen vengeance on his ene mies at home, i " bald ilawa ' With an atoning imlU, a imx 11. an .nil ly i'rrn n Tli dictatorial wreath. ' But Sjllaisthe jiodigjr of historj without an example, or an imitator. Force...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 September 1863

fll" ftaliviUr Pinion. Sec the adveitisi nv-l.t i.f carpenters wanted, in notlu r column. I,, 0. starts hit tlis arinj to day. Will I). K- Communicate tis whrea- boufs V A Urge number of rebel prisoners have been brought from the front dating the past four days, but as diocriptivo rolls were not sent with thrtn, we Lave ntilhtr (lie names nor the numbers. About twelve hundred anivod Snuday. A ' locomotive exploded yesterday uiorninR on tie Nashville and Chatta nooga lUilroed, just aflcr iiasnin"; liroad strei t, wounding the f nylnver and fire man, and damaging tbo bides of tie lun i.l. The locomotivo was blown to pines. The men were not dangerously hurt. J. M. llni'MAOEM, the talented edit ir of the Army Bulletin, publithid at Steven ion, Alt., is at present in Nashville. Tho Hulktin was formerly published at Win chester. It a icy litlla shed. - We are indebted to V. C. CVilii r fur l!ic latest r.ewpp apcrs, furnished us hat night, and for tje Atlantic Monthly. The work tin the rai...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nashville daily union. — 29 September 1863

An tour nieied bT. And l bem 4nt that Bragg would not b foiled in bUtUmpttoantiliiltonrgllnt "o7 without Another ffort., Polk' 0"'Pi it.d by tho Oeon(i U trooj.a. by Dbp-y M AurJ'i delator., and by riou detached fragtnante of the rebel aimy, were to try their handa upon the hi ruic band who, aa the forlorn h-p of he array, till L. Id the hill. Our feeble rnk were gath.rtd op. The thinned batU.. lioDi wore brought cloaer t .gather. 1 ne dozen pieceiof Artillery were planted t iwrvp all approachrt to the hill; and each man looking at bis neighbor, towed, aotne mentally and othera audibly to die right there, if it were mcraaar for their country, for freedom, and for mankind I . All along the wooda akirtinfc the clear ed fit Ida at the aontbeaatern foot of tho bill; in the hollows and ravines to tho right, and away to the left, upon and be yond the Lafayette road, the rebel legions werj aeen gathering far the onset. Jfttt before the storm broke, the brave and high-aooied OarBuld wat per...

Publication Title: Nashville Daily Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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